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Dollar tickets still available for Miami Heat charity scrimmage this Sunday

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Fans can soon get their first look at this year’s team at the AA Arena for just a buck.

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Tickets are still available for just one dollar to see the new-look Miami Heat take on....themselves at the AmericanAirlines Arena this Sunday, October 6th at 4:00pm.

The annual “Red, White & Pink” game is an open scrimmage featuring the training camp roster, with proceeds benefiting cancer care and research at Miami Cancer Institute. Just like any Heat game at the AAA, there will be plenty of in-arena entertainment including Burnie, Heat dancers and much more.

For the sixth straight year, the Heat will be wearing pink as part of a special edition jersey for the game to help raise awareness of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Miami HEAT Store will also offer a special Court Culture t-shirt for sale, with proceeds benefiting the Miami Cancer Institute.

Fans still have time to purchase tickets via the official Miami HEAT app, or the Ticketmaster app. Parking is available in the P2 Garage underneath the AA Arena for five dollars and doors open at the 3:00pm.

For those who can’t make it to the game, Fox Sports Sun will offer full coverage with Eric Reid, John Crotty and Jason Jackson and it will also be available to be streamed on the Fox Sports App and 790 AM The Ticket will broadcast the game live.

The Heat are also promoting the inaugural “Dribble Drive Against Cancer” that will be held on the streets of Miami on November 16th. For information on the three-tiered event or to register, visit